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120 Multiple Choice and 120 Free Response Questions in movie order plus 7 Essay / Discussion / Project Prompts, along with full answer keys & teaching notes. Instant, easy differentiation built in with multiple choice and free response items parallel so you can pick what's best for your students
If there's one thing students love... it's a good debate! Right now throughout the United States people are debating raising the minimum wage to $15/hour.In this lesson students will first consider the cost of living in their area to determine if someone could live off of the current federal minimum
College sports are big business. They bring in a lot of money for the Universities and the NCAA. But what about the student athletes? Should they receive compensation beyond their scholarships?This public policy debate poses this question to your students.Students will analyze arguments from both
Everything you need to run a thorough, well prepared debate in class. These materials were developed for a Human Rights unit, but have been made into generic templates that can support debates on nearly any topic. Preparation activities, scoring guides, rubrics, examples, structure and format, this
Many cities and states around the U.S. are passing laws that say businesses are REQUIRED to accept cash. What do your students think?Guide them through this public policy debate lesson where they will examine arguments for both sides, vote, and write a letter to their representative sharing their p
This is an in-depth and challenging assignment. Students will need to read, and demonstrate their understanding of, complex writings from key politicians during the Cold War. Assign half of the class to read the excerpts from Kennan's "Long Telegram" (a document likely mentioned in your textbook).
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
If there's one thing students love... it's a good debate!Right now throughout the United States people are debating the Senate's filibuster! Should we keep it? Should we get rid of it?Students love to ARGUE but this lesson focuses on considering all sides of the issue before forming an informed op
Policy debate is a form of research-based speech competition in which teams of two advocate for and against a resolution that typically calls for policy change by the United States Federal Government.
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Has COVID thrown a wrench in your plans to have students debate this year? Have you been wondering how you can give students a debate experience, despite being virtual, remote, or hybrid this year? These thoughts are exactly what inspired me to craft this resource.⭐Want to see this product in action
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This Coffee Debate Activity will let your students practice debate with a policy proposition your high school students will love! This is a no-prep (just print it off) activity for your debate, public speaking, or ELA students! It's a lighthearted practice in persuasion. Take a break and watch your
Use this Cell Phone Debate Activity to debate classroom rules with a back to school discussion your students will love! This is a no-prep (just print it off) activity for your debate, public speaking, or English students! It's a lighthearted practice in persuasion. Take a break and watch your studen
If there's one thing students love... it's a good debate! Right now a global conversation is happening over the following questions: Should cultural symbols be trademarked? From the United Nations to runways in New York and Paris people are talking.In this lesson students will first consider what
Policy Debate in the classroom can be an excellent a way to facilitate research and discussion of an issue in your curriculum . Students will benefit from developing research skills, critical thinking skills, public speaking skills, and teamwork skills. Learning to construct speeches in a policy deb
This package introduces students on how to prepare for, research, and deliver a policy issue debate. The information provided in the package (as well as the list of debate topics, which are primary Canadian) can be modified according to your needs. This really is an easy to follow step by step guide
This can be used as a debate generation PPT. Lyndon B. Johnson Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Funding Stacks of Money Debate Question 1 Americans Working Full-Time Poverty Study The Value of Benefits Working While on Welfare Debate Questions 2 Debate Question 3
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7th - 12th
I use these rubrics in my eleventh grade composition class when we do debates for our argumentation unit. (Other assignments in this unit and the unit overall are available in my store.) Although I am not a forensics teacher and have never participated in forensics myself, I have done debates for ov
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education
This Fidget Spinner Debate Activity will let your students practice debate with a topic your high schoolers will love! This is a no-prep (just print it off) activity for your debate, public speaking, or English students! It's a lighthearted practice in persuasion. Take a break and watch your student
This is a 2-page summary that can be printed on the front and back of one sheet. It introduces the Business Cycle, Monetary and Fiscal Policy as a tool for smoothing the Business Cycle, and the Hayek/Keynes debate over government intervention in the economy. It covers the how and why, using everyday
We believe two things: 1. Student Voices Matter 2. Student engagement and critical thinking increase when students are excited about what they're learning A hot topic of debate is the December 14th vote by the FCC regarding Net Neutrality. This is an issue that affects everyone- including the
Nonfiction Article of the Week Club, Article #5-15: The School Uniform DebateThis is the fifteenth in a set of 25 informational text articles + activity packs designed to teach ALL of the reading informational text standards for 5th grade in a fun, rigorous, and easy to implement solution! The focus
Looking to prepare your students for a state writing test or the ACT writing test? Searching for a real-world relevant topic to aid your students in building argumentative writing skills? This is the unit for you! Are genetically modified foods cause for concern in America? Should food companies lab
This mini chapter gives an overview of Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy. I use it to help prepare my Government students for the AIR Test (state test) that always asks questions about macroeconomics. The first section talks about Fiscal Policy and the Economic Cycle; the second section talks about
John F. Kennedy’s Foreign Policy worksheet AIM: Was John F. Kennedy’s foreign Policy a success or failure? Common core-compliant worksheet ready for immediate use! Includes a variety of activities designed to promote critical thinking, active engagement, and class discussion such as:Do now – second
On June 15, 2012, President Barack Obama addressed the nation on immigration policy. Obama was using his executive powers to take deferred action with the purpose of assisting young immigrants. The students who had grown up in the United States without documentation, will be able to attend college o

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